For a bold look in the garden, consider this lovely three-variety Baptisia Sampler. Their bloom colors complement and contrast each other beautifully, on vertical spires that'll draw the eye upwards. Great in borders and cutting gardens. Once the blooms fade, they'll transform to seed pods that are attractive in the garden and floral arrangements—you'll get such a long season of interest. Baptisia are easy to grow, drought tolerant and rarely bothered by deer. They're 'nitrogen fixers,' meaning they gather nitrogen (the N of the N-P-K fertilizer formula) around the roots, enriching the soil they're planted in without the help of nitrogen fertilizer. Butterflies love all three varieties. Baptisia hybrid 'Blueberry Sundae' PP23891, Baptisia 'Goldfinch', Baptisia 'Grape Taffy'